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Asus m2n32 deluxe sli motherboard lock up

Hi, I have a newer system that I build early this fall. It is freezing up and then when it reboots it gives me one long beep and two short. I call Asus and they said to check the ram in the b1 slot. Well I have crucial memory and it is 800. I tested the one stick in the different slots and it would not post just the long and two short beeps so i put the other stick in and it works. I`m getting ready to send it back for another but It just started doing it with the other stick. Could this be a videocard isssue instead? Is there a way to run a test to see if it is ram or something else. I`m still new to this stuff and need some help. i have a ati x850xt viedocard.

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  • poppinfresh Dec 13, 2007

    Just to clear up the memory type it is crucial ballistix 1 gig sticks and i have a pair for a total of 2 gigs. they are ddr2 800 series. the voltage for them from the factory is 2.2 volts which is where they are set at. also my board is the 590 sli m2n32 deluxe. Thanks for the help and let me know if you have any other suggestions. It is greatly apperciated. Is there a mem test i can do to see if I have aproblem?

  • wizrb Jan 03, 2008

    Wow, I have the same exact problem. m2n32 sli deluxe and 2 1gb modules of Crucial Ballistix. I was running the system beautifully for 3 weeks then one morning I powered on and 2 quick beeps followed by a steady stream of regular beeps. I'm guessing it's the memory since I hear that this beep code is a memory problem. Crucial says these sticks work with this mb, but I'm at a loss.

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Since you have a M2N board i think the issue is with the memory. I recall seeing loads of forums where people have issues with this board due t the fact that its unable to give sufficient power for DDR 800 memory to run fine specially if the machine is overclocked. I think a lot of people had success running DDR2 800 memory which worked on 1.8V but not any that needed any high voltages such as 2.0 or 2.1+.

Since you dont mention the memory type its hard to give a solid answer, but the solutions for this has been to flash your board with the latest bios, and also increase the voltage for the RAM to say 2.0V (Be warned this could damage your RAM unit, so try it at your own risk)

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